On the 21st November 1920 events outside of the GAA brought politics into the heart of the Association when troops opened fire during a challenge football match between Dublin and Tipperary.
The GAA Museum will mark the 90th Anniversary of Bloody Sunday 1920 with a special commemorative lecture featuring Tim Pat Coogan and Dr. William Murphy, at 2pm on Saturday 20th November.
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Bring back Amhran na bhFiann and put passion back into the pre-match anthem argues Tim Pat Coogan in today’s Sunday Independent
WHATEVER finally emerges from the post-mortems into the death of our hopes for another rugby Grand Slam in Paris recently, one piece of evidence is already glaringly obvious, and damning — it’s time to blow the full-time whistle on Ireland’s Call.